Comic god Stan Lee says Zits is a “comedic masterpiece!” Kirkus Reviews says it’s “well-executed, clean fun with a heart.”
Fans of funny illustrated novels such as Drama by Raina Telgemeier and Teen Angst? Naaah ... by Ned Vizzini will definitely want to read Zits: Chillax.
In Zits: Chillax, Jeremy Duncan, high school sophomore and future rock god, offers up a comedic outlook on teenage life, including school, parents, chores, bands, and friends.
Jeremy and his best friend, Hector Garcia, are planning to achieve a lifelong dream ... going to a rock concert! Without parental supervision. But the Gingivitis concert falls on the same night their friend Tim is donating bone marrow for his mom, a cancer patient. Not a problem: Jeremy and Hector are determined to go to the show ... for Tim.
Written and illustrated by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman, Zits: Chillax is based on their comic strip, Zits. The book features 300 illustrations — including hilarious full-page comics.
The book is available now. The strip, launched in 1997 and which is distributed to more than 1,700 newspapers in 45 countries and 15 languages, appears 7 days a week in The Times and Democrat.